This month we celebrate our loves for the hotdog, and we think why not have a hot dog party would make a great addition to your long weekend! Add your favorite creative toppings, and let your guests mix and match.
Why should ketchup and mustard get the monopoly on hot dog toppings? From a ginger-scallion relish to a Buffalo–blue cheese takeover, we’ve got three new-wave treatments that are more than just condiments: They’re a way of life. (P.S. These dogs are cookout game-changers, but any of the accompanying slaws and sauces would slay on their own too.)
Prepare your bun + sausages
A little crispiness to the bun is always a must-do while having a hotdog. This time we glaze it with some butter and sesame seed before baking them to add flavoring to it.
We choose the chorizo sausages for this hotdog party. Grill them with bits of oil and butter till brown and crispy.
Flavor 1: Banh Mi HotDog
The Banh Mi Hotdog has a combination of Spicy Mayonnaise, Pickled Carrots, thinly sliced pickles and lastly garnish with fresh mint leaves.
We start by preparing the Pickled Carrots; pack the sliced carrots and radish into the jar. Bring vinegar, sugar, salt, and ¾ cup water to a simmer in a small saucepan, stirring to dissolve sugar and salt. Pour brine over carrots, seal the jar, and chill until cold.
For the Spicy Mayonnaise; Mix mayonnaise, tabasco, and rice vinegar in a small bowl; season with salt.
Flavor 2: Green Salad Pesto Hotdog
The Green Salad Pesto Hotdog has a combination of Homemade Almond Pesto and Mixed Green Salad.
Recently we have to fall in love with making the salad for our everyday. This time we decided to make some that are a great combination for the hotdogs party.
For this Mixed Green Salad; Combine your favorite greens in a big bowl. For us, we use endive, rockets, and Japanese cucumber. Finish the salad with dressing up with olive oil and salt.
Flavor 3: Ranch Hotdog
The Ranch Hotdog has a combination of Creamy Ranch Slaw and served it with our favorite coriander.
The Creamy Ranch Slaw; Toss cabbage with ranch dressing in a medium bowl; season with salt and pepper. We also make the ranch dressing our own by stirring the sour cream, mayonnaise, vinegar, and garlic powder together in a small bowl; season with salt and pepper.
If you make our hotdogs, don’t forget to tag us on Instagram as @leplaincanvas and use the #byplaincanvas hashtag. I love seeing your takes on my recipes!